The art of hypnosis : Mastering basic techniques by Hunter, C. Roy; Tebbetts, Charles

By Hunter, C. Roy; Tebbetts, Charles

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Perhaps he was both a scientist and an artist. Besides Milton Erickson, 20th century researchers within the scientific community with advanced degrees who have contributed to hypnosis in a scientific manner are people whose names are familiar to most modern hypnotists: Rosen, Abramson, Menninger, Shenek, Magonet, Wolberg, LeCron, Bordeux, Weitzenhoffer, Erwin (doing amazing things with burn patients), Simonton (contributing outstanding work with cancer patients), and more--who have worked countless hours to research numerous applications of hypnosis.

Beginning his experiments in 1837, Elliotson found that his patients could undergo major surgery without agony, and he applied these techniques whenever possible. This incurred the wrath of his fellow physicians, who clung to a firm belief that pain was necessary for healing. Consequently, this made many doctors eager to discredit Elliotson. Because he also believed in clairvoyance, they used this as extra ammunition and put his real work into the same category. Despite open criticism and disguised enmity, Elliotson continued using and promoting "magnetism," and many younger doctors displayed great interest in his work.

The power of hypnosis is in what you imagine. I'm only a guide--I can say the right words, but it is up to you to follow my instructions. By saying this, you have just helped your client appreciate the role of imagination. Furthermore, you have helped himlher believe that something will happen when it is im­ agined, because it already has! And if he/she follows your simple instructions, as was just demonstrated, the client can expect something to happen--because the subconscious does not know the difference between fact and fantasy, and responds to what is imagined just as though it is real.

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